Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Mafia Rule One: Don't Put Anything in Writing...

the self-proclaimed elitist politicians should take a hint.

These people, who consider themselves our intellectual and moral superiors, are so freaking stupid that they spew their guts all over email which they consider "secure."

Nothing on the internet is secure.  Nothing.

We now have leaked emails of Colin Powell, leaks about DNC donors being awarded big political favors, and IT specialists for Clinton refusing to testify to the House Oversight Committee on deletions of some of Clinton’s emails.  One of them, Bryan Pagliano, didn't even bother to show up.

I don't remember when Trump said this, but I recall him saying in response to questions about Clinton's missing emails, that he probably wouldn't be using emails.

Ya think?

You'll have to trust me on this, but members of the mob, down to the lowliest foot soldier, learn early on to not put stuff in writing, to use code when speaking on the phone, and not to involve their families in their "business".  I'm sure by now, they've upgraded their security systems, but these general early rules still apply.

With all the secure communications available, although nothing is 100% secure, why are these high level politicians being swept up in hacking scandals?

And they consider themselves competent to rule over us "little people?  We'd be better off with Michael Corleone.
After Carlo is questioned by Michael on his involvement in setting up Sonny's murder and confesses he was contacted by Barzini, caporegime Peter Clemenza kills him with a garrote wire. Michael is confronted by Connie, who accuses him of having her husband killed. He denies killing Carlo when questioned by Kay, an answer she accepts. As Kay watches warily, Michael receives his capos, who address him as the new Don Corleone.
Don't be Kay!

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